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lane British & World English

A narrow road, especially in a rural area

lane English Thesaurus

she walked along the country lanes

air lane British & World English

A path or course regularly used by aircraft

bike lane British & World English

A division of a road marked off with painted lines, for use by cyclists

bus lane British & World English

A division of a road marked off with painted lines for use by buses

fast lane British & World English

A lane of a motorway or dual carriageway for use by traffic that is overtaking or moving more quickly than the rest

sea lane British & World English

A route at sea designated for use or regularly used by shipping

cycle lane British & World English

A division of a road marked off with painted lines, for use by cyclists

Drury Lane British & World English

The site in London of the Theatre Royal, one of London’s most famous theatres

express lane British & World English

(On a highway) a lane for through traffic, having fewer exits

life in the fast lane British & World English

An exciting and eventful lifestyle, especially one bringing wealth and success

take a trip down memory lane British & World English

Indulge in pleasant or sentimental memories

laneway British & World English

A narrow road or path; a lane

it's a long lane that has no turning British & World English

Nothing goes on forever; change is inevitable

life in the fast lane in fast lane British & World English

An exciting and eventful lifestyle, especially one bringing wealth and success

take a trip down memory lane in memory British & World English

Indulge in pleasant or sentimental memories

it's a long lane that has no turning in lane British & World English

Nothing goes on forever; change is inevitable

Catt, Carrie Chapman British & World English

(1859–1947), US suffragist; full name Carrie Clinton Lane Chapman Catt. As president of the National American Woman Suffrage Association 1900–04, 1915–47 and of the International Woman Suffrage Alliance 1904–23, she was instrumental in the adoption of the 19th amendment to the Constitution in 1920

Carrie Clinton Lane Chapman Catt in Catt, Carrie Chapman British & World English

(1859–1947), US suffragist; full name Carrie Clinton Lane Chapman Catt. As president of the National American Woman Suffrage Association 1900–04, 1915–47 and of the International Woman Suffrage Alliance 1904–23, she was instrumental in the adoption of the 19th amendment to the Constitution in 1920

take a trip or walk down memory lane in memory British & World English

Indulge in pleasant or sentimental memories

Augustus Henry Lane Fox Pitt-Rivers in Pitt-Rivers, Augustus British & World English

(1827–1900), English archaeologist and anthropologist; full name Augustus Henry Lane Fox Pitt-Rivers. He developed a new scientific approach to archaeology. His collection of weapons and artefacts from different cultures formed the basis of the ethnological museum in Oxford which bears his name